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    Ihor’s Campaign

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    Ihor’s Campaign Slovo o polku Ihorevi, Ihoria syna Sviatoslavlia, vnuka Ol’hova, or The Tale of Ihor's Campaign, Ihor the Son of Sviatoslav, Grandson of Oleh is “an epic poem written in the 12th century by an anonymous author” who was most probably from Kyviv or Chernihiv (Hordynsky and Stech 2001). “From the tenor of the poem, it can be deduced that the author was a mature, experience man, perhaps serving in one of the princely retinues and was versed in the manners and customs of his day” (Kuzych

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    The White Feather Campaign 1. The message of the poster, source A, is for families to encourage the man to sign up for the army and go off to war to fight for the country. They did this because compared to the German army at the beginning of the war, it was very small. The artist conveys the message of two women who are both from different classes waving off their husbands and sons who are going off to war. They are comforting each other implying that all women should come together and

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    Baltimore Believe Campaign

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    Baltimore Believe Campaign The Baltimore Believe Campaign was started in April of 2002. It is a city wide campaign aimed to reduce the amount of drug use in the city. The idea of the “Believe” campaign has never been tried before. The campaign calls for Baltimore to believe, believe that drugs can be eliminated off of the streets, and drug dealers to be punished. Since the start of the campaign the idea has expanded around the country. Mayor Martin O’Malley has spread his idea around. The

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    Iraq - military campaign

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    Abstract     1 1.     Introduction     2 2.     Past experience     2 3.     Diplomatic problems     2 4.     Concept of Operation     3 5.     The campaign     3 5.1.     Air power     4 5.2.     Ground operations and special forces     5 5.3.     Iraqi strategy and tactics     5 6.     Intelligence     6 7.     Psychological operations     6 8.     Public relations     6 9.     Technology     6 10.     Casualties     7 11.     Weapons of mass destruction (WMD)     7 12.     Conclusion     7 13

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    The Benetton Advertising Campaigns In the early 90's Benetton were at the heart of a groundbreaking advertising campaign, daring to challenge the average Joe's views on various matters that are normally seen as taboo. The advertisements in question could be seen in various situations, billboards, magazines etc. They used Binary oppositions to highlight social issues. Many have found the various images offensive, disturbing and blasphemous. Some are even believed to only 'fuel' disputes

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    Irish Campaign in America

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    Early Modern Scotland Darien Company: A Necessary Disaster? The 1690s were a time of much unrest in Scotland. The Glencoe massacre had served to discredit the monarch somewhat. Recent crop failures had led to a famine which was affecting much of the country. There was also a serious downturn in Scottish trade which greatly affected the economy. In the aftermath of this came the Darien Expedition. The Darien Scheme, as it is commonly referred to today, is one of the greatest failures in Scottish

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    Communications Campaign for an Aftershave I have been requested to produce a communications campaign for my aftershave called Blizz, created by Lacoste, with a budget of £300,000. The things I need to include are an explanation of the importance of advertising and public relations to a business, an explanation of advertising media and their advantages and disadvantages, discussion of the reason businesses use public relations and the tools used in the public relations and a list of the consists

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    Addisons "Campaign" and Grays "Elegy".

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    Addison's "Campaign" and Gray's "Elegy". (Joseph Addison)(Thomas Gray) Rodney Stenning Edgecombe. Full Text: COPYRIGHT 2004 Heldref Publications In the meditation set at the heart of the "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard," which he completed in 1750, Gray notes that deprivation curtails opportunities for evil as well as for good. Chief amongst these is violent individual ambition, which Gray deplores (in marked contrast to Addison's "Campaign" of 1704, which had celebrated the military success

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    Presidential Rhetoric and Campaign Osama bin Laden Osama bin Laden is a political icon to the people of Afghanistan. He has created a modern day crusade against western civilization that people support because of his rhetorical ability to create, not only through speech, but also through his actions, an insightful philosophy that has moved thousands of people into action against the United States. He was able to achieve this because he chose a religious path that people supported; he took influential

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    energetic, Bush made mistakes in front of the camera. Polls suggested that Gore was far ahead of Bush by at least a few points. Republicans became much less optimistic about Bush, while things were looking very promising for the Democrats. Gore’s campaign was focused on issues that were mostly concerned by women, such as health care and education. "We're for the people. Big tobacco, big oil, the

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